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TCNJ Alert: Power update: class cancelation, housing, dining, registration

The college has been able to diagnose the cause of the power outage affecting several campus buildings. Repairs are expected to extend through the night and will necessitate us to shut off power to additional buildings. Because of this, the college is cancelling Monday classes after 3:30 p.m. and all classes on Tuesday. Classes will resume Wednesday morning at 8:00 a.m. Administrative offices will remain open.

Alert Posted on November 11th, 2019 at 2:45 pm

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Upcoming Exhibitions

BFA Senior Solo Show Session II

CNJ Art Gallery- Senior BFA students announced today that Session Two of the senior solo shows will take place in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building side galleries (AIMM 111 & 119). Adams, DeGenova, and Makrancy advance their knowledge of material processes at TCNJ which now culminates in a gallery setting. 


Art and Interactive Multimedia Building Student Galleries 111 & 119

November 6th through November 14th, 2019

Opening Reception November 6th, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM



ZOE ADAMS’S solo exhibition Rewind explores the idea of nostalgia with the connection of pop culture. Through paintings, photographs and video work, this immersive experience takes you to another time of entertainment. The addition of painting on found objects brings forth the connection the artist has to cinema and the impact it has had on their life.



In her solo exhibition The Spirits, MARIA DEGENOVA examines the concept of modern spirituality through the creation of godlike figures. Using animated digital paintings, she mimics traditional religious portraiture in her translation of abstract feelings and concepts into new, humanoid deities. These are the new spirits that we worship through our interactions with them, and DeGenova’s work forces the viewer to directly confront these beings, face to face.




STEPHANIE MAKRANCY’S solo exhibition Limbo is a personal story of physical and mental health. Her work engages viewers in an otherworldly fantasy where they will come across whimsical character illustrations, ethereal photography, and carefully fabricated costumes and artifacts. The show narrates themes such as life, love, and self-growth.